May 3, 2014
Generals Claim 15th ODAC Women's Lacrosse Title
The 12th-ranked Washington and Lee women's lacrosse team was named the 2014 Old Dominion Athletic Conference Champions and gave Head Coach Brooke O'Brien her 100th career win with a 9-6 victory over Guilford on Saturday afternoon at Watt Field. W&L earns the ODAC's automatic bid into the NCAA Division III Tournament.

April 26, 2014
W&L Women's Lacrosse Knocks Off R-MC, 16-15, in ODAC Semifinal Action
Top-seeded Washington and Lee held off a 9-1 Randolph-Macon run over the final 21:24 of the game to post a close 16-15 victory over the Yellow Jackets and advance to the ODAC Championship for the 14th consecutive year.

April 26, 2014
Guilford Tops Shenandoah, 16-11, in ODAC Women's Lacrosse Semifinals
E'leyna Garcia scored all of her game-high five goals in the second half of Guilford College's 16-11 win at Shenandoah University in an Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Lacrosse Tournament semifinal Saturday. Guilford scored 10 of the game's final 11 goals to erase a 10-6 second-half deficit.

April 23, 2014
Guilford Downs Lynchburg, 20-9, in ODAC Quarterfinal Action
E'leyna Garcia scored seven goals and Lily Colley added six goals and four assists in Guilford College's 20-9 win over visiting Lynchburg College Wednesday in an Old Dominion Athletic Conference Lacrosse Tournament quarterfinal.

April 22, 2014
R-MC Defeats RC, 15-13, in ODAC Quarterfinals
Junior Betsy Hebert and sophomore Katie Russo both had three goals and one assist as fifth-seeded Randolph-Macon defeated No. 4 Roanoke, 15-13, Tuesday evening in the quarterfinals of the ODAC Women's Lacrosse Tournament.

April 19, 2014
Pairing Set for ODAC Women's Lacrosse Tournament
Reigning ODAC champion Washington and Lee University (14-2 overall, 10-0 ODAC) secured the top seed in the upcoming ODAC Women's Lacrosse Tournament as the Generals completed the regular season with an unblemished 10-0 record in league play. They earn one of two byes into the semifinals, with the other going to second-seeded Shenandoah University (11-6, 8-2).